Designs

Samsung’s Unbreakable, Foldable Screen Phones Coming Our Way

July 30, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Most of us have at least once lamented over the broken screen of our phones and wished for an unbreakable screen. This wish of yours is soon to come true. There is news that the South Korean phone maker company Samsung’s upcoming phones will feature flexible and unbreakable screen. This means that soon we will […]

Huawei Getting Rid of the Notch on its Next Device

July 25, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever since Xiaomi’s handset Mi MIX made its appearance on the web, discussions to let go off the bezels have been going on. Looking back, we have seen most of the smartphone makers working on expanding the display. In order to do this most of the companies implemented a notch, which prompted mixed reviews from […]

LG to Line Up Notched Displays for Google Pixel 3 XL

May 31, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pixel fans were welcomed with a not-so surprising news this week after it emerged that Google’s bigger device from the successors would be sporting a notch on its display. The jury is still out on finding whether there exists love for the notch, but Google is not waiting to heed to the result. As a […]

Lenovo to Launch a True Bezel-less Smartphone Sans the Notch Next Month

May 16, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo isn’t exactly the name that would pop-up on people’s minds when speaking about breakthrough innovations in the smartphone industry. But that’s about to change if going by the indications of Lenovo’s VP Chang Cheng. Accordingly, Lenovo is working on a smartphone that would embrace a true bezel-less phone for the very first time in […]

Chrome’s Material Design Refresh Hits Canary Release Channel

April 26, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s upcoming I/O conference scheduled for May will reveal a new Material Design version that will embrace many of its platforms including the Google Chrome browser. But much before that, we are having initial glimpses of the redesigned material design, thanks to the Canary version of Chrome. The pre-beta channel of Canary is now loaded […]

Microsoft’s Fluent Design is Robust, But There’s Plenty More to Come

October 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The revelation of Microsoft earlier this year had promised us of subtle changes that would come along with the company’s software in the future, particularly with the adoption of Fluent Design. Now, the first part of that is gearing up for release tomorrow with the arrival of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Sure, users would […]

Fisker EMotion Set for CES 2018 Launch; To Take on Tesla’s ECars

August 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tesla seems to be in for good rivalry, with electric car company Fisker teasing its first all-electric luxury car. The eCar, christened EMotion, has been positioned in the luxury segment and is expected to be launched next year when the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) gets underway in January. Folks at TheStreet have been told specifically […]

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Images Surface; Watch-like Design Shown

August 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fitness gadgets from Garmin tend to stand apart, even as a whole lot of manufacturers have been pushing out their products in quick succession. Take for example, the VivoFit and Vivoactive line of activity trackers. The devices are a loved lot, and now Garmin is up with something new. The next new wearable fitness tracker […]

Apple Watch Series 3 Might Come Sporting a New Form Factor

August 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Those who have played with the Apple Watch would agree that it had a cool trendy design. However, there have been many who were not so amused by the way it showed off its form factor. This bunch of people could have something to look forward to with the upcoming Apple Watch Series 3. The […]

LG V30 will Ditch Secondary Display to Embrace High-End Display Standards

August 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG will certainly be hoping to shake up its flagship device sales with the upcoming V30 post the rather dull sales of the G6. The South Korean firm apparently seems to be working on bringing some new innovations to the V30 for that matter. One highlight of the flagship V series from LG was its […]

Smart Speaker Mania; Next to Hop In is Samsung

July 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What was started by Amazon has now reached till the likes of Apple, and it’s going beyond. According to the latest report, tech behemoth Samsung is the latest company that are prepared to join the bandwagon of smart speakers. The report from WSJ indicates that Samsung has been behind the works for a smart speaker […]

Sony New E-Ink Watch Dumps Traditional Batteries for Rechargeable Ones

June 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony was one among the first to embrace smartwatch technology. But being kicked out of the race, it has subsequently switched to more experimental products of which the leading one was the FES e-ink wristwatch. Now, Sony is readying up a successor for the same. The latest version of the FES Watch from Sony doesn’t […]

Apple’s Bezelless Technology is Noticeably Different than those Offered by the Rest

June 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s revelation of the iOS 11 last week made it clear that the upcoming OS will come heavily optimized for bezelless displays. That quite asserts the fact that iOS 11 will be shipping first on the upcoming iPhone 8 smartphone that is all set to be Apple’s first edge-to-edge display device. There are already more […]

Apple’s Upcoming iPhone Devices Might Automatically Change Display Tone

April 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s True Tone technology, the one that changes display color based on ambient colors, will soon break the iPad barrier. According to analysts Barclays, the upcoming iPhone devices will be featuring the True Tone technology, which would bring the technology to the smaller devices for the first time. The technology will be used in all […]

Google Smart-Jacket Arriving This Fall; Keep Your $350 Ready

March 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s fair to say that wearable technology hasn’t lived up to expectations; blame it on its clunky design, inconvenient form factor, or lack of utility. But thanks to those reasons that each time a new wearable shows up, we hold high hopes of receiving something innovative. Google’s Project Jacquard-backed jacket was one such innovative concept […]

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